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On either side of the hearth were long bread ovens cut into the stone.
"Well, that's better," Amherst said, taking a long bread relief.
It wanted you to think that its cars were no longer bread and dripping but candy and Coke.
Yossarian staggered up to his feet not a moment too soon, for she came charging back in from the kitchen carrying a long bread knife.
Suddenly Lorenzo appeared in the entryway, a long bread knife in his hand.
She stepped to the rack, withdrew a long bread knife with a serrated edge, and examined it.
(A sausage in a long bread roll is called an "American hot dog" to distinguish it.)
Though the Government provides free electricity, water and gas, there are long bread lines in the cities, and salaries are low and paid late.
Travelers arriving here from Kuwait reported that long bread lines and skyrocketing prices in food stores have preoccupied the population living under Iraqi occupation.
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When he thought she would take flight, he snatched from under his coat a long bread knife that he had stolen from the bakery.
Gatsbies usually consist of long bread rolls cut lengthwise and opened up to form a sort of cradle which is filled with various fillings.
During a Mass, through the act of transubstantiation, the bread and wine offered change, and are no longer bread and wine.
The same is true of pide ($6), pronounced PEA-day, a long bread stuffed with ground lamb, cheese or sausage.
They ate stuffed eggs, roast chicken, pickles, fresh long bread that they broke in pieces and spread Sovora mustard on and they drank rose.
She had been carrying a long bread knife, but now it was gone - probably carried away by the stream, along with Quigley, when she had used it last.
Mr. Glassman also spoke of long lines at gasoline stations in Kabul and shortages of food, especially naan, the long bread that is a staple of the Afghan diet.
The house was only a short walk to the village square, and one could see the long bread and trinket tables of the bazaar, a cage of chickens, the butcher's meat hanging from a timber.
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For example, a sandwich consisting of a long bread filled with lunch meats, cheeses, and vegetables, variously called a "sub" or "submarine sandwich" in other parts of the United States, is called a hoagie.
According to Catholic theology, the host, after the Rite of Consecration, is no longer bread, but the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ, who is transubstantiated in it.
Other dishes include Feijoada Poveira, made with white beans and served with dry rice (arroz seco); and Francesinha Poveira made in long bread that first appeared in 1962 as fast food for holidaymakers.
As Palestinians stood in a long bread line the other day to get five round pieces of Arab bread - half the ration of Kuwaitis - a few came over to whisper to a reporter of beatings of their relatives.